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July 23, 1946
Miss Posey Taylor, Lloyd, Fla.:
J. T. Wilson & Hugh Eidson,
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Whidden, U. S. A r m y; Miss
Charlotte Usher, Ashcboro, N. C;
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Family, Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Snow, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Seymour, Miami.
Claud Sanfurd. Canton. N. C :
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J.; John E. l'ritchaid & Parly,
Davidson College, N. C; J. F.
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and Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell, Frank
fort, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Linderman & Family, Dayton ().
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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Throckmorton.
Miami, Fla ; Mr. and Mrs Leonard
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Franklin & Family, Dolhan. Ala.;
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Ellis. Columbia, S. C; D. S
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Pearce, Palatka, Fla.; C. L
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Montague. Winston-Salem, N. C;
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"MAGDALEN"', by King-Hall is
the story of the life and death of
the wicked Lady Skelton and be
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of some later Skeltons, a head
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This story of an independent
woman's conflict with the related
group comprising her husband's
ridiculously self proud family is
narrated by the man whose ideal
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' HOUSE ON LORDSHIP LANE",
by Alfred Edward Woodley Mason.
Inspector Hanuad is investigating
the deatli of Daniel Horbury at his
country house in Lordship Lane,
an adventure which follows
Hanaud's own hazardous passage
across the English Channel in a
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of a young man.
"H ANGMAN'S H I L L" by
Franklyn Pell An American cor
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French Alsace. The event appears
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incident b u t Larry Shanahan,
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American newshawk has other
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"THE FIELDS", Conrad Richtcr,
A Sequel to "The Trees". It fol
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where life was still difficult and
where towns were just beginning
"CAPTAIN GRANT" by Shirley
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entrance at West Point and ending
in the summer of 1861, when he
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"AT MRS. LIPPINCOTES by
Elizabeth Taylor A social comedy
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Life in the rented house of Mrs.
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with Julia's personality coloring
the family scenes. The time is the
second World War years.
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The average farmhouse is mors
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